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A review, summary and critique of an earth-breaking speech by Dr. Kevin Anderson, scientist and Deputy Director of the Tyndall Centre in Britain.  Speaking to the Cabot Institute in Bristol November 6th, Anderson told the sold-out crowd that scientists and bureaucrats cannot bring themselves to tell the public the awful truth about climate change. Radio Ecoshock 121114 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
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Alex Smith describes a global heat wave almost spanning the entire northern hemisphere.  Summer 2013 as the beginning of the "long emergency" of climate change. With an appeal for support as Radio Ecoshock grows, and shocking news warnings of catastrophe from James Hansen.
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New revelations on leaks from Fukushima reactors into the Pacific. When will rad water reach U.S. West Coast? Arnie Gundersen from Fairewinds.com, nuclear expert explains. From Radio Ecoshock 130911 24 minutes.
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Quartermasters Maurice Enis, and Jaime Plym, now out of the Navy, speak in New York City, at a press conference organized by the Helen Caldicott Foundation and the Physicians for Social Responsibility on March  11th, 2013, two years after radioation from the triple melt down in Japan hit the crew of the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. 28 min.
Topics: environment, nuclear, nuclear power, accidents, Fukushima, Japan, US, Navy, radiation, legal
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Investigating claims of near-term extinction for humans. Clips from Guy McPherson, John D. Cox, Dr. David Archer. Interview w. John Michael Greer.  Analysis of predictions by Malcolm Light of the Arctic Methane Emergency Group (AMEG). Radio Ecoshock 130605 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, Arctic, ice, methane, emergency,...
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Are we on the road to climate extinction? Dr. Guy McPherson lays out the case in this speech at Bluegrass Bioneers in Kentucky. Then the World Bank says "Turn Down the Heat". Daphne Wysham on their coal addiction, and Olivia Maria Serdeczny from the Potsdam Institute in Germany, authors of the report for the Bank.  Is collapse our best way out of a Hellish world? Radio Ecoshock 121205  Visit Radio Ecoshock
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A medley of ways.  From New Zealand, green alternative economy w. Laurence Boomert. Dr. Sharon Gourdji, U of Fla. on crops & climate. Josh Fox (Gasland) riff on fracking. Pacific growing expert Lorene Edwards Forkner.  Radio Ecoshock 131030 1 hour.
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True stories from Walter Brasch, author of"Fracking Pennsylvania". An update from Friends of Earth UK campaigner Helen Rimmer as government makes new "dash for (fracked) gas". With clips from American biologist/activist Sandra Steingraber. Radio Ecoshock 140108 1 hour.
Topics: environment, energy, oil, gas, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, risks, health, impacts
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The Arctic thermostat for the world is broken, with record heat & emissions in 2012. Four speakers from Arctic Methane Emergency group film: Peter Wadhams, James Hansen, Natalia Shakhova, David Wasdell. Plus interview with AMEG member Paul Beckwith from University of Ottawa. How polar ice-melt derails climate of Nothern Hemisphere, heading for uncontrollable heating. Radio Ecoshock 121219 1 hour  Visit Radio Ecoshock
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Plutocrats admit U.S. economy is "Risky Business" during climate change.  Will not be safe to go outside. Cambridge Polar expert Peter Wadhams on Arctic methane burst. New climate song "Too Hot". Radio Ecoshock 140709
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The interaction of climate change, peak energy, and the economic crisis, with author Richard Heinberg. Fresh interview on giant new book "Energy: Overdevelopment and the Delusion of Endless Growth" followed by speech to Chicago Bioneers "Life After Growth: Why the Economy Is Shrinking and What to Do About It”. Radio Ecoshock 130116 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, energy, peak oil, oil, climate, climate change, global warming, economy, crisis,...
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From herbs to food under new high tech, low-energy lighting. Inventor Philip Be'er. We can lower emissions by growing our own. Plus small scale farmer, author & anthropologist Walter Haugen. Song by Australian band Pagan Love Cult. Radio Ecoshock 130306 Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, food, agriculture, indoor, technology, energy, alternative, farming, organic, climate,...
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 Journalist and scientist Andrew Freedman: what new science is saying about freaky 2013. Dr. Kathy McMahon,  "the Peak Oil Shrink" Kathy tells us about Nicole Foss, "sucky collapse", and a surprising turn in her own life. Radio Ecoshock 130206 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, science, climate, climate change, global warming, extreme, weather, Arctic, peak oil,...
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The old nuclear mess & new creative hopes. Passionate pleas from people victimized by nuke waste + plutonium from South Carolina to Alaska. Recorded at NIRS Conference Chicago December 1, 2012. Then Your Environmental Road Trip film director Ben Evans on great solutions found at grass routes. Radio Ecoshock 130102 1 hour  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, nuclear, power, waste, plutonium, weapons, U.S., recycling, solutions, alternatives,...
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"Population Bomb" author & Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich on his Royal Society Paper "Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided?" From Tasmania, forest expert Dr. David Bowman: wild fires drive more global warming. Economist John Talberth suing the U.S. Government over risky ocean oil leases in the Arctic. Three interviews from a world of trouble.  Radio Ecoshock 130123
Topics: environment, ecology, economy, collapse, science, climate, climate change, global warming, forest,...
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Leave fossil fuels in the ground or roast. But how? Carbon expert Mike Berners-Lee interviewed on his new book "The Burning Question. We Can't Burn Half the World's Oil, Coal and Gas. So How Do We Quit? Guest host Greg Moffitt of legalise-freedom.com Radio Ecoshock 131007 1 hour.
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, energy, oil, coal, gas, emissions
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Dr. Thomas Lovejoy , is the father of "biodiversity".  He advises Presidents and the World Bank. Thomas Lovejoy visits Radio Ecoshock.  Next science vs. spirituality with Dr. Carolyn Baker  She says: go positive in a negative world.  Alex investigates why millions of people in America, Europe & Australia can't come up with $500 (300 pounds).  Song "Mother Nature" by Kukulcan. Radio Ecoshock 130213 Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, biology, species, extinction, science,...
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Food prices rising due to climate, peak oil & poor economy. Best time to start your city on Victory Gardens. Speech by Lamanda Joy to Great Lakes Bioneers tells how.  With intro on food prices in Canada, UK, Australia, USA, clips from WWII garden propaganda. Radio Ecoshock 121212 1 hour  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, food, agriculture, urban, local, gardening, farming, transition, radio, Radio...
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Australian author Clive Hamilton on geoengineering & his new book "Earthmasters". Plots by big oil, Bill Gates & nuke scientists. Shocking new science shows Arctic could melt at current carbon levels, courtesy frontierscienits.com Plus world-wide growth of bike sharing with Janet Larsen.  Radio Ecoshock 130522  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, global warming, climate, climate change, geoengineering, solutions, Arctic, science,...
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Can we return to the primitive? Miles Olson on personal rewilding. Asoka Bandarage on "middle way" out of collapse. Organic grow and cook w. Barbara Damrosch of Four Season Farm.  Radio Ecoshock 130612 1 hour   Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, agriculture, food, production, developing,...
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Selections from symposium "The Medical and Ecological Consequences of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident" New York March 11-12 by Helen Caldocott Foundation & Physicians for Social Responsibility. It isn't over. Danger to women, children, wildlife. Radio Ecoshock 130320 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, nuclear, nuclear power, atomic, accident, Fukushima, Chernobyl, radiation, effects,...
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In-depth interview with Nobel Laureate Robert B. Laughlin on book "Powering the Future: How We Will Eventually Solve the Energy Crisis and Fuel the Civilization of Tomorrow." Then Dr. Rose M. Cory on yet another positive feedback loop discovered in the melting Arctic. Song "No Such Thing As Waste" by Australia's Formidable Vegetable Sound System. Radio Ecoshock 130227 1 hour.
Topics: environment, energy, oil, gas, coal, nuclear, nuclear power, future, science, economy, climate,...
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Film-maker Mike Freedman says we've hit "Critical Mass" toward extinction by over-population.  Bill McKibben:  why everybody in the world must battle the Tar Sands. Council of Canadians founder Maude Barlow  links dirty energy to dirty politics. Native leader Caleb Behn on his fracked land, poisoned lives, & linking  up around the world. With previews from film "Fractured Land".  Radio Ecoshock 121121  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, energy, oil, Tar sands, oil sands, Canada, pipelines, Northern Gateway, British...
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Three stories, three hosts, three continents.  In the USA, John D. Steinbruner about a new report to the C.I.A. on disruptive climate change. Radio Ecoshock correspondent Gerri Williams with Jonathan Kauffman of EarthRights International.  Why do big oil companies pay for spills in developed countries, and get away with murder in Nigeria? Radio host Daphne Wysham with expert Hans Verholme on the fantastic growth of renewable energy in Germany.  Radio Ecoshock 121128 1 hour.  Visit Radio...
Topics: environment, C.I.A., intelligence, energy, oil, Nigeria, spills, multinationals, Africa, Germany,...
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State of climate science notes (Richard Alley); feature on rising seas - Francesca Rheannon of "Writer's Voice" interviews Brian Fagan, author of "The Attacking Ocean." Plus  Alison Martin from the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy on endangered farm animals. Radio Ecoshock 130717 1 hour.
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, ocean, rising, seas, agriculture, animals,...
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Could climate change bring us the next financial crisis?  Yes, say2 new reports.  From London, Bob Ward, LSE lead author of "Unburnable: Carbon 2013: Wasted capital and stranded assets." From Australia's Climate Institute, John Connor on coal's risky future.  Plus Nancy LaPlaca: why does sunny Arizona burn so much coal? Radio Ecoshock 130515 1 hour
Topics: environment, energy, climate, climate change, global warming, oil, coal, gas, financial,...
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The Bakken shale lands as new sacrifice zone for polluting oil & gas extraction. Four voices from Colorado, Wyoming, Montana & North Dakota on dark side of the fracking boom.  Radio Ecoshock 130508 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, energy, oil, shale, gas, Bakken, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, U.S., West, Colorado,...
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National Geographic reporter Scott Wallace on trips to deep Amazon for his book "The Unconquered". How oil, gold, and illegal logging chase the last un-contacted tribes. Plus reports on Canadian Boreal failure, serial climate hacker Russ George, and shaping Nature in the city.  Radio Ecoshock 130529 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, aboriginals, South America, Amazon, rainforest, oil, gold, logging, tropical timber,...
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Expert urban gardening tips from John Kohler, host of popular "Growing Your Greens" channel on You tube. Then speech by Dr. Helen Caldicott March 12, 2013 on medical and ecological consequences of the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.  Radio Ecoshock 130327 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, green, food, urban, gardening, health, nuclear, nuclear power, reactors, Fukushima,...
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Fires in Tasmania, typhoons in the Philippines, Mexican coal criminals - another work week for Radio Ecoshock. Environmental journalist for the Nation, Mark Hertsgaard on book "Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth".  Robert M. Hirsch of U.S. Geological Survey on real cause of floods. Radio Ecoshock 130109 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, coal, energy, climate, climate change, global warming, floods, storms, heat, radio,...
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Three guests. Rob Stewart, Director of movie "Sharkwater" and now his latest "Revolution" - is the ocean dying? An international media briefing by Lester Brown of Earth Policy Institute about rising food prices & his new book "Full Planet, Empty Plates". Wes Regan on urban farming in the poorest neighborhood in Canada. Radio Ecoshock 121010 1 hour  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, food, crisis, agriculture, urban, farming,...
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 From D.C. as storm hits, Earthbeat's Daphne Wysham on the climate connection. From Australia, Greenpeace's Georgina Woods on huge coal expansion. Then a Canadian plan to dump nuclear waste right next to Lake Huron & world's biggest running reactor. Radio Ecoshock 121031 1 hour  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, extreme, rainfall, weather, hurricane,...
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She Speaks: Indigenous Women Speak Out Against Tar Sands. Three speakers: Eriel Deranger,  Freda Huson, Ta’Kaiya Blaney. Plus Suzanne Dhaliwal co-founder of UK Tar Sands Network. World's most polluting project and pipelines threaten rivers, Great Bear Rainforest, and wild West coast. Tar Sands CO2 can tip the world into awful climate change. Radio Ecoshock 121017 1 hour.
Topics: environment, environmentalism, climate, climate change, global warming, energy, oil, pipelines,...
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American author of Aquaponic Gardening Sylvia Bernstein on union of fish and veggies. Publisher of Mother Earth News Bryan Welch's optimism of  non-partisan activism. Canada's oil capital shut down by climate change. Radio Ecoshock 130626 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, food, aquaponic, gardening, fish, hydroponic, media, magazines, alternative, energy,...
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The new age of super fires in N. America, Europe, Australia, Asia. Silviculturalist John Betts explains strange unstoppable forest fires. Then Nicole Rycroft, Exec Dir of enviro group "Canopy".   Why they quit talks with industry, as logging ravages the Canadian Boreal forest. Plus MD Donald B. Louria says loss of faith in the future can kill. Radio Ecoshock 130501 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, forests, logging, Boreal, fires, climate, climate change, global warming, future,...
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Scientist Dr. David Karoly says record heat & fires in Australia are a warning to the world. "The bug guy" U. of Maryland's Dr. Michael Raup on insects in a warming world. Steven Davis explains why climate solutions advanced just 9 years ago are no longer possible. Radio Ecoshock 130130
Topics: environment, science, climate, climate change, global warming, Australia, insects, solutions, show,...
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Serial climate hacker Russ George (Planktos) leads indigenous villagers to dump iron into the sea - a secret geoengineering project off Canada's West Coast. Press conference statements by the Haida Old Massett Village Chief, interview w. Living Oceans' Karen Wristen, Russ George clips from interview by Guardian's Martin Lukacs. Radio Ecoshock 121024 1 hour.   Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, ocean, seeding, geoengineering, Planktos, Russ George, plankton, carbon, carbon...
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From the Mother Earth News Fair, we hear about life on the "Farmstead." Lisa Kivirist turning your dreams of small scale food into a living in Wisconsin. Lisa has tips for us all.  Then we go solar with author & speaker Dan Chiras, & solar electrician Brad Burkhartzmeyer.  Radio Ecoshock 130619 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
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Can big cities like New York or Washington protect against storm surge and rising seas? 3 interviews.  Mike Tidwell, author of "The Ravaging Tide: Strange Weather, Future Katrinas, and the Coming Death of America’s Coastal Cities."  Professor J. Court Stevenson, University of Maryland, on city surge defenses around the world.  Daphne Wysham interviews German Green Parliamentarian Hermann Ott: leading the way to renewables before climate collapse. Radio Ecoshock 121107 1 hour. ...
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, hurricanes, Hurricane Sandy, U.S., extreme,...
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As emissions hit new record, Citizens Climate Lobby Exec. Dir. Mark Reynolds teaches people to lobby the government for sane policy, like Hansen's "Tax and Dividend". Philip Cafaro on new book "Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation." Radio Ecoshock 130313 1 hour <br /><br /> <span style="font-size:110%;font-weight:bold;">Visit <a href="http://www.ecoshock.org/"...
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From "The Farm" in Summertown, Tennessee, deep green thinker and activist Albert Bates on Tough Transition. Then one of the pioneers of localization and sustainable community, Dr. Mark Roseland. Alex reports on new ocean/climate movie to save... us. Rob Stewart's film "Revolution". Radio Ecoshock 121003 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, environmentalism, transition, transition town, farm, community, sustainable, radio,...
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How to cope with climate despair.  UK psychotherapist & co-founder of Carbon Conversations, Rosemary Randall.  Then a practical alternative to industrial food: learn to dehydrate in season with traditional cooking expert Wardeh Harmon.  Radio Ecoshock 130417 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, psychology, solutions, food, dehydration,...
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Ideas from America on starting a Transition Town. Ruah Wennerfelt, Steve Chase & host Mark Helpsmeet in live stage conversation. Plus Greg Pahl, author of "Power from the People, How to Organize, Finance, and Launch Local Energy Projects." Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert on corporate corruption. Radio Ecoshock 120926 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, localization, transition, town, movement, solutions, energy, alternative energy,...
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American scientist Virginia Burkett: violent weather threats to coastal energy. Activist Dave Foreman on population & immigration. Sheri Koones "Prefabulous & Almost Off-Grid" green building. Radio Ecoshock 130403 1 hour.
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, storms, weather, oil, energy, population,...
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African American culinary historian Michael W. Twitty interviewed by Gerri Williams on black crops, climate change, & safe seeds. K. Rashid Nuri from Truly Living Well urban farm in Atlanta, Georgia. Music by Mavis Staples ("Down in Mississippi") & Memphis Gold ("Mississippi Flatlands"). Radio Ecoshock 1 hour 130220   Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, food, agriculture, African American, black,...
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Serial climate hacker Russ George's office raided by Canadian government. Nick Saul takes food banks to a whole new level - feeding citizens during tough times. UC Berkeley political scientist Dr. Martha Campbell - how economists & women's advocates helped enable the next population explosion.  Radio Ecoshock 130410 1 hour. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, food, charity, population, ocean, ocean dumping, geoengineering, radio, radio ecoshock
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The Radio Ecoshock annual best of Green music festival.  Eclectic mix of voices found or sent in by the artists, mood music for a climate-safe, species-friendly world.  Radio Ecoshock 121229 1 hour Playlist at http://www.ecoshock.info/2012/12/annual-ecoshock-green-music-festival.html
Topics: environment, music, songs, green, radio, Radio Ecoshock
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Canadian scientist Paul Beckwith explains how the Arctic warming emergency is changing your weather.  But first, the story of an anti-pipeline media warrior, John Bolenbaugh in his own words. The leaks, scandals and deaths behind Tar Sands pipelines. Radio Ecoshock 130424 1 hour.   Visit Radio Ecoshock
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, Arctic, sea, ice, weather, drought, storms,...
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Are your clothes safe? Alina Bartell, owner of The Natural Clothing Company advises on fabrics, chemicals, and organic clothes. Dr. Joe Alton, MD on learning emergency medicine "when help doesn't come". Woody Tasch helps develop local food with "slow money". Radio Ecoshock 130703 1 hour
Topics: environment, health, medicine, clothing, safety, organic, money, slow, agriculture, alternative,...
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UK "eco-horror" novelist Joseph D'Lacey living after the Apocalypse. Stanford's Dr. Mary Kang: oil & gas pipes leak methane after shutdown. Scientist Michael Mann's take on "The Newsroom" climate doom. Radio Ecoshock 141210
Topics: environment, ecology, media, fiction, climate, climate change, global warming, collapse, energy,...
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Economy and energy blogger Nicole Foss from The Automatic Earth; J.B. MacKinnon co-author of the 100-Mile diet: what nature was, is now, and will be. South Dakota youth organizer Jenna Grey Eagle looks for a Power Shift. Radio Ecoshock 131009 1 hour
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An illegal geonengineering experiment was conducted off Canada's West Coast in summer of 2012, by serial offender Russ George.  We documented his previous for-profit ocean dumping company called "Planktos" with it's unfulfilled claims & questionable financials.  George is back, this time as partner with the Haida tribe off British Columbia, & with the apparent blessing of the Canadian government and the U.S. agency NOAA. Jim Thomas of the ETC Group reports in this 15 minute...
Topics: environment, ocean, dumping, geoengineering, radio, Radio Ecoshock, Planktos, Russ George, algae,...
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Are we suffering from illusions about alternative energy?  Is the whole "green energy" game just an extention of the fossil fuel industry, dressed up in green clothing? Authors at Google Speech by Ozzie Zehner, author of "Green Illusions"   Radio Ecoshock 141231
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Emerging threats analyst and author Robert Marston Fanney on new frontiers  of climate change. Dr. Alex Rogers of Oxford: State of the Oceans 2013. Radio Ecoshock 131016 1 hour.
Topics: environment, climate, climate change, global warming, oceans, acidification, methane, crisis
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Do we need to break the system to save the climate? Permaculture co-founder David Holmgren says "yes", in rare radio interview. Then Nicole Foss replies. Plus Alex's climate music.  Radio Ecoshock 140205 http://www.ecoshock.org/
Topics: environment, economy, climate, climate change, global warming, emissions, permaculture, energy,...
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From Berlin, top enviro journalist  Christian Schwagerl  on his controversial new book "The Anthropocene: The Human Era and How It Shapes Our Planet". Then two eco-feminists,  Charlene Spratnak  and  Susan Griffin  on "Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of The Earth". Radio Ecoshock 141126
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Despite recent rains, California's reservoirs are near empty, snow-pack light, and groundwater depleted. Four experts on a drought that really started in 2006, impacts on economy, food, farming, and nature. Guests  Dr. Peter Gleick, Dr. Jay Famiglietti, David Schroeder, Dr. Reagan Waskom.  Radio Ecoshock 140305 1 hour.
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Analysis of climate situation by Paul Beckwith, U of Ottawa. Plus Arnie Gundersen updates Fukushima leaks and radioactive plume in the Pacific, heading for the U.S. Radio Ecoshock 130911 1 hour.
Topics: environment, nuclear, power, reactors, accidents, Fukushima, radiation, Pacific, climate, climate...
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Retired ecology Professor Guy McPherson says extreme climate change will wipe out humans before 2050.  Psychologist Carolyn Baker says grieve now for lost future. Environmental Horticulturist Kim Eierman on eco-beneficial home planting. Radio Ecoshock 140910
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Famous anti-nuclear activist Dr. Helen Caldicott warns nuclear extinction still looms - a threat as great as climate change.  Then author David Bollier explains the new Commons on the ground and in cyber-space.  Radio Ecoshock 150211
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UK guest host Greg Moffitt interviews scientist David Fridley, from Berkeley National Lab and the Post-Carbon Institute. Radio Ecoshock 150114
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America's famous scientist Michael Mann unloads climate reality. Kristin Ohlson says "The Soil Will Save Us".  Frances Moore: climate stalls European food production. Radio Ecoshock 150225
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UK scientist Paul Wignall on climate change & mass extinctions. Power expert Darren Hammell on risk of grid going down, for many reasons.  Radio Ecoshock 150218
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 In "best of" Radio Ecoshock interviews, Dr. Tim Garrett says civilization must collapse to avert devastating climate change. Dr. Peter Ward says Nature may not have friendly plans for us. Radio Ecoshock 140716
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Super-scientist Mark Jacobson from Stanford explains soot-causing warming + a way to run the world on clean energy by 2030.  We visit an Ultra-Mega coal power plant in India. Manzoor Qadir on the farm soil loss larger than France since 1990.  Radio Ecoshock 141105
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Four voices: Steve Sherwood's breakthrough science shows world heading over climate cliff; Arnie Gundersen on fake alarm over California beaches; Bruce Laurie on toxic chemicals and detox; energy expert Daniel Kammen says suburbs killing climate. Radio Ecoshock 140115 1 hour
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A report from the World Meteorological Organization tallies the big weather hits in 2013.  Is it rampant climate change? Norway decides how to spend almost a trillion petrodollars, and Indian solar loses out. Plus direct from Yokohama Japan, the IPCC press conference promising we can somehow "manage" climate change, a food crisis, and maybe the sixth great mass extinction.  Science and hopium on Radio Ecoshock 140409 1 hour
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Climate scientist Paul Beckwith explains weather distortion & spurt of Arctic methane. NOAA's Dr. Richard Feely on threat of ocean acidification. Radio Ecoshock 131218 1 hour.
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Dr. Michael Jennings says Earth's climate is already beyond the worst scenarios. Could a new Dark Age save us? Dr. Sing C. Chew says we are due. Edutainment for troubled times.  Radio Ecoshock 140319 1 hour
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The biggest climate-driven extreme weather event since Katrina - Boulder's Carolyn Baker reports on fracking leaks, climate, economic hit. Plus Calif. songwriter Dan Imhoff on new album "Agraria". Radio Ecoshock 130925 1 hour.
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On 3rd anniversary of Fukushima, two authors report American reactors are unsafe at any speed.  Shocking risk. Plus audio from March 2 XL Pipeline dissent protest in D.C. & letter from youth, via Bobby Wengronowitz.  Radio Ecoshock 140312 1 hour.
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World could warm 17 degrees hotter - scientist Thomas J. Goreau. Plus America's most dangerous nuclear reactor, Indian Point 25 miles from New York City.  Lawyer/activist Susan Hito-Shapiro.  Radio Ecoshock 150121
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Super scientist Kevin Trenberth on why oceans now hottest in recorded history, why that can make Europe colder. Stephen Leahy: we bankrupt water supplies with consumer purchases. Rob Aldrich on a generation with Nature Deficit Disorder.  Radio Ecoshock 141203
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David Collings , book our "Stolen Future and Broken Present".  From Sweden, forest expert  Martin Persson  says tropical deforestation is still stripping the planet - for us, for consumers in rich countries.  Finnish intellectual  Olli Tammilehto  asks can we can survive a system which rewards the rich with a license to commit ecocide? Radio Ecoshock 141112
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Author Richard Heinberg on geopolitics, finance and environment of the slow crash. Global Crossing co-founder and Green Festivals President Kevin Danaher on transition to green economy. Unicyclist for climate awareness Joseph Boutelier.  Radio Ecoshock 140507 1 hour.
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